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is there any sound at all on your pc? if there isnt mostlikely its your audio driver
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is there any sound at all on your pc? if there isnt most likely its your audio driver
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yeah i have sound its just my icon speaker that is away thats what i dont understand
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http://www.microsoft...ppowertoys.mspx



check that site out and download the TWEAKUI it has a repair for microsoft icons
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thanks
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what do i go to once i download that
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once you install it it has a repair feature even for music icons

its a small program

just offering more help
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is the tweak manager thing the wrong thing then ?
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you may have to do the repairs with xp cd unless someone else has other options
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i dont have a windows xp disk so is there any other ways u can do it
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hey i am sorry if they already posted this or if your already tried this becouse i did not read all the reply.
i had this same problem a week ago and this is how a solved it.

RIGHT CLICK OVER THE TASKBAR >>PROPERTIES>>TASKBAR>>COSTOMIZE>>"look for the volume icon" click and change to ALWAYS SHOW
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hiya ive tried that aswell hasnt worked .. still not sure how to fix it ive restored my computer to when it did work and everything
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To find out what sound card is installed on your machine, open Device Manager (Right click on "My Computer", choose "Properties", click the "Hardware" tab, click the "Device Manager" button) and look in the list for "Sound, video, and game controllers" and click the + displayed next to it. Your sound card should be listed there by name.
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my soundcard is C-Media AC97 Audio Device .. can that help me get my sound icon back .. my sound and everything is fine its just my icon at the bottom off my screen where the click is that has dissapeared and nothing else has worked that i have tried on this forum
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Click Start, then Run, type regedit and click "Ok".

In the left pane, expand (click +) HKEY_CURRENT_USER, then Software, then, Microsoft, then Windows, then CurrentVersion, then Applets, and click on Volume Control.

List for me the items in the right pane along with the values listed for them under the Data column.
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